I had never had a camera at the time of the moon landings so I have had to resort to postcard pictures for views of the moon to meet this week's prompt.
I managed to get a car or two (if you look hard) in my first moon shot.
|Moon over Fort Lauderdale|
Next is a shot that you will not be able to take again.
|The Ill-fated Twin Towers - New York Manhattan|
I haven't been to Fort Lauderdale or Manhattan, but the next shot is at a scene I knew well; shame it does not include the benches on which I've sat.
|Stavanger Harbour, Vagen|
I did get English newspapers while working there in the 1980s but my newspaper fame came later much nearer home when I made it into The Times. The first occasion was a 'Readers' Reply' column on an etiquette page.
Four years later I made it to the Letters Page; maybe not the coveted bottom right spot but at least bottom right of section on Engineers.
I've enlarged the letter so that it can be read.
If the moon makes you frisky and you feel the need to dance, then perhaps the way to finish is by listening to:
Before you go you should dance across and moon at others at Sepia-Saturday-174